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Announcing Open Service Broker for Azure 1.0 and more community updates

A few months ago, we announced a preview of the Open Service Broker for Azure (OSBA), the simplest way to connect applications running in cloud native environments, like Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and OpenShift, to the rich suite of managed services available in Azure. Today, we are pleased to announce the 1.0 release of OSBA with...

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Speed deployment of Node.js applications on Azure with Bitnami – Webinar on Demand

Speed deployment of Node.js applications on Azure with Bitnami is a free on-demand webinar, conducted by Jose Miguel Parrella (Open Source Product Manager with Microsoft Azure) and Simon Bennett (VP of Product from Bitnami). Learn more about this webinar and register to watch it instantly. Developers love using Bitnami application stacks in Azure. Why? It’s...

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Bitnami makes deploying open source apps in the cloud easy

With more than one million apps deployed per month, Bitnami is changing how people install and manage server software, making it easier than ever for everyone to run their favorite apps and development frameworks. Bitnami does the heavy lifting and eliminates the complexity of installation and configuration, helping anyone, anywhere, to deploy secure and update-to-date...

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Try the Bitnami ‘Super Human” lab

Try the Bitnami 'Super Human' lab

This week the Azure team released another ‘Super Human‘ challenge. In this latest lab, participants will learn how to launch and deploy the Bitnami Parse Server stack within Microsoft Azure and upon completing the lab, choose between a Crazyflie 2.0 mini drone or an Azure Pass. The Bitnami Parse Server stack now includes a dashboard...

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